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From sanjay tripathi <sanjoy_...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] how to enable 127.0.0.1 in httpd.conf
Date Thu, 23 Feb 2006 03:35:19 GMT
HI,
       Do Step by Step !!
  1:- First you need to Resolve your localhost from your local host
      a) Please check with /etc/hosts file, there should be Entry like
         127.0.0.1  localhost.localdomain  localhost
   
      b) Edit httpd.conf file
         ServerName 127.0.0.1
   
        NameVirtualHost 127.0.0.1:80
   
      
   
  Thanks
  San
       

zhou jian <sunzhoujian@yahoo.com> wrote:
  Hello everyone,

I want to enable 127.0.0.1 in httpd.conf so I can
access the site with http://localhost or
http://127.0.0.1. I searched over google and found the
following solution. I tried but it didn't work.( It
return with error that the httpd can't bind to the
port something. ) 

Since the following post was released two years ago
while I am using httpd 2.XXX version. It may outdated.
Do you guys know how to setup that in httpd.conf if
that is still the case?

Thanks,
--Paul





First, make a backup of your httpd.conf file in case
you break something while editing it.

Open httpd.conf and find the line that begins with
ServerName. Edit it so that it looks like this:

ServerName 127.0.0.1

Then find the line that begins with Listen and then an
IP address or hostname. Edit it to look like this:

Listen 127.0.0.1

If you find a second "Listen" line that designates
port 80, leave it alone. It should already read:

Listen 80

As long as the only listen lines in httpd.conf that
are not commented out with a # are:

Listen 127.0.0.1
and
Listen 80

Then Apache will only accept connections from your
local machine on port 80. Restart apache to make your
changes take effect. You can test to see if it worked
by typing 127.0.0.1 into your web browser. If it
worked you should see a default apache page.

This is all off of the top of my head, but I think it
should work. If it doesn't, just restore your original
httpd.conf file from your backup and restart apache
again and you'll be no worse off than you were before.

If you want to be extra safe, you can also configure
your firewall to block INBOUND connections on port 80.
Make sure you don't block outbound port 80 or you
won't be able to load any external webpages from that
computer.

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